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To Mr. Henry Lawes, who had then newly set a Song of mine, in the Year 1635
Page 108 To Sir William D'Avenant, upon his Two Firft Books of Gondibert, written in France
109 To his worthy Friend, Mr. Wase, the Translator of
Gratius To his worthy Friend Master Eve’yn, upon his Tran
flation of Lucretius To his worthy Friend Sir Thomas Higgins, upon his Translation of the Venetian Triumph.
113 Verses to Dr. George Rogers, on his taking the Degree
of Doctor in Physic at Padua, in the Year 1664 114 Chloris and Hylas. Made to a Saraband 116 In Answer of Sir John Suckling's Verses
117 To a Friend, of the different Success of their Loves
An Apology for having foved before
123 To a fair Lady, playing with a Snake
125 The Night-Piece, or a Picture drawn in the Dark 126 Part of the Fourth Book of Virgil's Æneis tranflated
128 On the Picture of Fair Youth, taken after he was dead
133 On a Brede of 'divers Colours, woven by four Ladies
ibid. A Panegyric to my Lord Protector, &c.
134 of a War with Spain, and Fight at Sea
Upon the Death of the Lord Protector Page 145
150 Of the Invasion and Defeat of the Turks, in the Year 1683
155 To the Queen, upon her Majesty's Birth-day, after her
happy Recovery from a dangerous Sickness 158 Sung by Mrs. Knight to her Majesty, on her Birthday
159 Of her Majesty, on New-year's-day, 1683 160 Of Tea, commended by her Majesty
161 Prologue for the Lady-Actors; spoken before King Charles II.
ibid. Of her Royal Highness, Mother to the Prince of
Orange : and of her Portrait written by the late
Duchess of York while she lived with her 162 To the Duchess of Orleans, when she was taking leave
of the Court at Dover Upon ber Majefty's new Buildings at Somerset-house
ibid. Of a Tree cut in Paper
165 To a Lady, from whom he received the foregoing Copy, which for many years had been loft
166 Of the Lady Mary, Princess of Orange
ibid. To the Prince of Orange, 1677
168 Of English Verse
17.1 Upon the Earl of Roscommon's Translation of Horace,
De Arte Poeticâ: and of the Use of Poetry 172 Ad Comitem Monume tensem de Bentivoglio fuo 174 3
To Mr. Killigrew, upon his altering his Play “ Pandora"
Page 175 On the Duke of Monmouth's Expedition into Scot
land, in the Summer Solstice To a Friend of the Author, a Person of Honour, who lately writ a religious Book, intituled, “ Historical
Applications, and occasional Meditations upon « several Subjects”
178 To a Person of Honour, upon his incomparable, in
comprehensible Poem, intituled, “ The British « Princes"
179 To Mr. Creech, on his Translation of Lucretius 180 The Triple Combat
182 Of an Elegy made by Mrs. Wharton on the Earl of Rochester
183 To Chloris
184 Upon our late Loss of the Duke of Cambridge ibid. Instructions to a Painter, for the Drawing of the Po
sture, and Progress, of his Majesty's Forces at Sea, under the Command of "his Highness-Royal : Together with the Battle, and Victory, obtained over the Dutch, June 3, 1665
185 To the King
196 A Presage of the Ruin of the Turkish Empire; pre
sented to his Majesty King James II. on his Birthday
197 To the Duchess, when he presented this Book to her Royal Highness
199 Verses written in the Taffo of her Royal Highness 203 On Mrs. Higgons
DI V I NE PO E M S.
Some Reflections of His upon the several Petitions in
To Mr. Granville (Lord Lansdown) on his Verses to
On the Statue of King Charles the First, at Charing-
Epitaph on Sir George Speke
Page 239 Epitaph on Colonel Charles Cavendish.
240 Epitaph on the Lady Sedley
241 Epitaph to be written under the Latin Infcription
upon the Tomb of the only Son of the Lord Andover
243 Epitaph unfinifhed
244 Epitaph on Henry Dunch, Efq; Mr. Waller's Epitaph
THE END OF WALLER'S POEMS.